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MCM - MA Clinical Mental Health Counseling
This paper explores the literature and the relationship between burnout and self care. Though a range of resources are investigated, the primary focus is on mental health clinical intern graduate students. Specifically, using a burnout tracker and self reflective data, I examine my own relationship to burnout and self care as a clinical intern while sustaining a full time job and final semester graduate level coursework. Using an individualized method of data collection and analysis, I can understand my own relationship to self care and burnout. This journey of both self discovery and evidence based research provides insight into burnout as a phenomenon that is spoken about freely, frequently, and yet is not fully addressed. This paper demonstrates and applies the balance between clinical practices regarding burnout and implementing self care strategies.
Marshall, Hannah, "Applying Self Care Methods: Burnout Prevention for an Art Therapist in Training" (2023). Expressive Therapies Capstone Theses. 753.
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